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A Dance to the Music of Time: A Question of Upbringing. a Buyer's Market. the Acceptance World Chapter Summary & Analysis - An Acceptance World Summary

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An Acceptance World Summary

When Uncle Giles stays in London, he tends to stay at a place called Ufford, which strikes Jenkins as the "catacombs of hell," in addition to the fact that it seems to be abandoned with the exception of Uncle Giles. Jenkins says that Giles leads an almost aimless life but that there is a sense of dedication about him. However, Jenkins says that Giles' sense of dedication is difficult to define and might be best described as egotism. He says that Giles also strives to be different from anyone else. By this point in his life, Giles is working for a "charitable organization" that pays Giles a salary but also gives him a "reasonable" expense account. Jenkins notes that Giles has apparently stabilized in both his emotional and financial situation, or that at least the times of crisis are becoming less intense.

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